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DemographicsCuster County
Population
Population Estimates
201011,698
201111,765
201211,867
201311,951
Estimates of the Components of Resident Population Change: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2013
2013 Population Estimate11,951
Total Population Change252
Natural Increase36
Births501
Deaths465
Migration218
Historic Population Growth
18905,308
19007,891
191014,123
192012,194
193011,242
194010,422
195012,661
196013,227
197012,174
198013,109
199011,697
200011,696
201011,699
Service Populations
Veterans
Population Projections
Civilian population 18 years and over9,098
Veterans1,197
Non Veterans7,901
Percent By Period of Service
Gulf War (>9/01)5.8%
Gulf War (8/90-8/01)7.9%
Vietnam era43.1%
Korean War10.4%
World War II3.4%
Poverty
Below Poverty Level (Number)
Total1,723
Male857
Female866
< 18 Years450
18 to 64 years935
65 years and over338
Below Poverty Level (Percent)
Total15.2%
Male15.2%
Female15.2%
< 18 Years17.9%
18 to 64 years13.5%
65 years and over17.8%
Children Ages 0-17 Living Below Federal Poverty Level (Number)
2000520
2001509
2002487
2003479
2004447
2005479
2006539
2007482
2008527
2009479
2010517
2011518
Children Ages 0-17 Living Below Federal Poverty Level (Percent)
200019.8%
200119.2%
200219.1%
200319.5%
200418.5%
200520.2%
200621.6%
200719.4%
200821.6%
200919.2%
201020.6%
201120.3%
IndustriesCuster County
Agriculture
Top Five Agriculture Producers by County, 2012
Corn Sales (Dollars)$7,095,000
Barley Sales (Dollars)$346,000
Wheat Sales (Dollars)$4,751,000
Crop Totals (Dollars)$21,165,000
Top Five Livestock Producers by County, 2012
Sheep, Including Lambs Sales (Heads)$2,839
Sheep, Including Lambs Sales (Dollars)$376,000
Hog Sales (Heads)$30
Hog Sales (Dollars)$0
Cattle, Including Calves Sales (Heads)$85,795
Cattle, Including Calves Sales (Dollars)$86,736,000
Occupations
Management, business, science, and arts1,806
Service1,368
Sales and office1,452
Natural resources, construction, and maintenance728
Production, transportation, and material moving567
Main Street
Employment Status
Population 16 years and over9,435
Civilian labor force - Employed5,921
Civilian labor force - Unemployed250
Armed Forces3
Not in labor force3,261
Females 16 years and over4,759
Mean travel time to work (minutes)15
Income and Benefits
Mean earnings (dollars)54,358
Mean Social Security income (dollars)14,428
Mean retirement income (dollars)15,284
Mean Supplemental Security Income (dollars)8,891
Mean cash public assistance income (dollars)2,201
Median family income (dollars)57,008
Mean family income (dollars)67,327
Earnings in the Past 12 Months
Total43,368
Male48,625
Female35,976
Establishments with Respective Number of Employees
1 - 4234
5 - 990
10-1960
20-4926
50-9911
100-2494
250-4991
500-9990
1,000 or more0
Number of Establishments
Employer Establishments426
Non Employer Establishments788
Small Businesses1,448
CrimeCuster County
Sexual and/or Violent Offenders - Percent of Population
Total Population11,699
Percent of Total Population0.00462%
Offender Population54
County of Sentence
Inmates52
Offenders in Alternate Facility16
Offenders in Prerelease13
of Offenders on P&P Supervision140
All Active DOC Offenders221
Number Per 1000 County Population18.9%
County Population on July 1 201211,703
EducationCuster County
Schools Funding
Difference in School Funding 2013 - 2014
2013$8,001,207
2014$7,998,707
Dollars Difference$-2,499
Percent Difference0%
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